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viewing issueVolume 73, Number 1, June 2013
Table of Contents
- A Place in Public: Women's Rights in Meiji Japan by Marnie S. Anderson, and: Reforming Japan: The Woman's Christian Temperance Union in the Meiji Period by Elizabeth Dorn Lublin, and: Women and Public Life in Early Meiji Japan: The Development of the Feminist Movement by Mara Patessio (review)
- pp. 194-203
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